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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1980-1989
Evening Gown

Evening Gown

Date: 1989~
Creator: Rhodes, Patricia
Description: Evening gown of black velvet. The strapless, full-length gown is tulip-style, with structured bodice and flaring skirt from just below hip. The interior is lined in acetate with skirt slip trimmed in 2 ruffles of fine net. Inside the bottom of the skirt are 2 under-skirts of ruffled fine net. Gown has a center-back zipper and hook-and-eye closure. Designer's label at inside back: "Patricia Rhodes / PR" Size label: "6" Content/Care label.
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Jacket

Jacket

Date: 1989~
Creator: unknown
Description: Jacket of Golden Spotted Seal fur with rounded collar and lapels; double breasted button accents with buttons of pearl grey circle set in gold metallic soft square; 4 fur covered belt loops, 2 on front and 2 on back, front belt loops are accented with self-buttons (right side button missing); two slit pockets at sides are lined in grey silk satin; long sleeves, pockets and jacket opening are trimmed in leather piping; 2 concealed metal hook and leather eye closures, one at bust and one at waist; fully lined in grey silk satin; hits at below hips. Label inside coat: Expressly made for William Schmidt/ OSLO/ 1853. With belt of black leather with oval, silver metal buckle; 2” width.
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Laments (I Want to Live...)

Laments (I Want to Live...)

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Date: 1989
Creator: Holzer, Jenny
Description: A marble sarcophagus and a LED sign comprise this artwork.
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Land

Land

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Date: 1989
Creator: Mitchell, Joan
Description: None
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Lever No. 3

Lever No. 3

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Date: 1989~
Creator: Puryear, Martin
Description: Sculptural of a large dark brown organic shape with a long curved piece attached.
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Medusa's Head

Medusa's Head

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Date: 1989/1992
Creator: Burden, Chris, 1946-
Description: Large sculptural sphere made of plywood, steel, cement, rocks, and model railroad tracks suspended from ceiling.
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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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Date: 1989/1991
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view shows the large entrance side of the museum with the two sides supported by large towers punctuated with tall vertical entrances and circular windows above. Across the top of the building is a series of small horizontal windows divided in the center by a larger square window. This side of the building is white.
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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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Date: 1989/1991
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view is of an entrance with close view of the white marble and tall vertical door with a circular window above resembling a lower case letter i.
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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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Date: 1989/1991
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view is a facade detail with entrance and tower as a structural piece punctuated with circular openings and small horizontal windows across the top.
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Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1989/1991
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
Description: The view is of the entire street side facade which is made up a gradation of six hues of stone with white at each end. Each section hosts a large vertical window with multiple panes at the top of which are three-dimensional pyramidal shapes.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design